Water Snake Eyes

Northern water snake, Outer Fox Islands, Georgian Bay. Photo by Sean Tamblyn.A northern water snake rests after a meal on the Outer Fox Islands.

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One Response to “Water Snake Eyes”

  1. Otelie Brown says:

    Hello: From my experience with this feisty snake ‘standing’ up to grab fish guts; I had to ask an expert. Are you aware that the water snake in Georgian Bay is a causin of the feisty cottonmouth snake found in the south. // Yes, there’s more to tell : massasauga rattlers are born alive, and her babies are very venomous. // Please contact this fellow. He and you have a similar desire to share Georgian Bay, each from a different angle. Still, the details I believe to be true about your pics (may be very eluminated with this joint effort). http://www.cottagecountrynow.ca/community/environment/article/1495176–home-is-where-the-job-is
    Ottelie

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